*Many thanks to Chris at Fahrenheit Press for my review copy*
About the book:
Charlie and Rose are back in their much anticipated new adventure.
Charlie’s step daughter lies dying on a beach. She needs help. Some serious help. But how did she get there and what can on earth can a dead guy and his dead dog do?
Plenty as it turns out.
As Charlie & Rose ride to the rescue in their own unique way it soon becomes clear that the body on the beach was only the beginning….
Dead is Best is published by Fahrenheit Press. Click HERE to get your copy!
About the author:
Jo Perry earned a Ph.D. in English, taught college literature and writing, produced and wrote episodic television,
and has published articles, book reviews, and poetry.
She lives in Los Angeles with her husband, novelist Thomas Perry.
They have two adult children. Their three cats and two dogs are rescues.
I’ve had this on my kindle for too long, and I couldn’t leave it any longer. I broke my TBR rules to squeeze this beauty in and I wasn’t disappointed. Charlie and Rose are the coolest, deadest crime fighting duo on the block. And Dead is Best is proof of just how great they are.
Preceding each chapter is a quote about Death, and I absolutely love it because it’s morbid but brilliant at the same time. Death is different for everyone, but Jo Perry has written yet another book that gives death the finger. Charlie and Rose might be dead, but they are super cool with it.
In Dead is Best, Charlie and Rose are confronted with his stepdaughter, who is alive… isn’t she?
Caught up with bad kids, and a bank rolled lifestyle, Cali is in trouble. Big trouble. The kind that you end up dead because of. Someone gets an attack of conscience though, and Cali is brought back from the brink. But that’s not the end. Because that would be to easy right? Goddamn right!
What follows is yet another harrowing journey through both life (Cali) and the afterlife (Charlie and Rose) and it was one which I wasn’t prepared for. Something about the #DeadDog book make me get a little emotional. They touch on some tough subjects, even though they are dealt with really well, they can be a little sad to read.
I cannot recommend these books highly enough. If you haven’t read them, you really should. Different, brilliant and all round awesome, this series just gets better and better. I can’t wait for book three!!!
As Fahrenheit are prone to say, “just read the damn books” 📚
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